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The '''United States Employment Service''' ('''USES''') is an agency of the federal government of the United States responsible for "assisting coordination of the State public employment services in providing labor exchange and job finding assistance to job seekers and employers". In around 1890, both the United States and European governments created government-funded employment offices to provide work for unemployed unskilled laborers. These services proved to be unsuccessful. In 1933 during the Great Depression, with the Wagner-Peyser Act, the USES was reinstated “to set minimum standards, develop uniform administrative and statistical procedures, publish employment information, and promote a system of "clearing labor" between states.”[http://www.answers.com/topic/employment-service-u-s Gale Encyclopedia of US History: US Employment History] Then President Franklin D. Roosevelt had created many government-funded work...
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